Several “black swans” are looming which could inflict a financial nuclear accident on the U.S. markets and financial system.   I say “black swans” in quotes because a limited audience is aware of these issues – potentially catastrophic problems that are curiously ignored by the mainstream financial media and financial markets.
The most immediate problem is this:

Economist John Williams says Trump must address the “Long term solvency of the United States…
If the system is not brought under control, the rest of the world is going to dump the dollar…
Trump is the last chance to correct it…

The Economy Fell Off a Cliff Months Ago, the Markets Just Don’t Know It Yet…

According to public data filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, insider buying is at its LOWEST level in THREE DECADES.
In other words, the people at the top of the corporate food chain who have privileged information about their businesses are NOT buying.
What do these CEOs know that we don’t?

ECM-1970-2084There are times when government can no longer stand and the only thing that survives is private assets. This took place during the collapse of the Weimar Republic (German Hyperinflation) and it has been the case throughout history even at the birth of the USA and the collapse of the Continental Currency.
The key remains when there is a great alignment, which we are headed into.
That warns the big Crash & Burn lies in government not private for this one.

What better way to do that then to collapse the economy?
June 1st, 2017 is the real date to watch.
That’s the day the Deep State may finally pull the trigger:

The Fed knows as well as anyone that the economy is tanking.
With the default rate on subprime auto loans beginning to hit double-digits, the next phase in the automobile credit market will likely be credit implosion crisis.

If our society suffered a widespread power failure that lasted for weeks or months, it would be no different for us than if we were suddenly sent back to the 1800’s.
It would be a strange and dangerous world, and for the average person, it would catch them off guard in the following ways:

Current stock market valuations are not sustainable – A Great Crash Is Coming. 
It may not happen next week or next month, but it is going to happen. 
And when it does happen, it is likely to make what happened in 2008 look like a Sunday picnic…